Of the 5 Largest Projects in Massachusetts, Suffolk Construction is Managing Four

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Suffolk Construction founder and CEO John Fish (Photo courtesy: WBUR)

BOSTON—Out of the five largest public and private construction projects completed in 2016 or under way in 2017 in Massachusetts, four of them are managed by Boston-based Suffolk Construction, according to a list compiled by Boston Business Journal.

In its list, “The Largest Construction Projects in Massachusetts”, Boston Business Journal listed these five projects ranked by dollar value of construction costs as the largest in Massachussetts:

#1: Wynn Boston Harbor, Everett: $1.3 billion: Suffolk Construction.

#2:  EchelonSeaport, Boston: $900 million: John Moriarty & Associates.

#3: Boston Children’s Hospital—Clinical Building, Boston: $603 billion: Suffolk Construction.

#4: Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences at One Dalton Street, Boston: $500 million: Suffolk Construction.

#5: Millenium Tower/Burnham Building, Boston: $473 million: Suffolk Construction.

Out of the 36 largest construction projects listed, Suffolk Construction was building 15 projects. Suffolk is also working jointly with Consigli Construction Company on another project listed in the Boston Business Journal.

Suffolk Construction founder and CEO John Fish (Photo courtesy: WBUR)

Other construction companies in the list were: Shawmut Design and Construction, 3 projects; Gilbane: 3; Skanska: 3; John Moriarty & Associates: 2; Lendlease (US) Construction LMB Inc: 2; and Consigli, Columbia Construction Company, Lee Kennedy Company Inc., McCourt Construction with Walsh Construction, and Campanelli each with one project.

Boston-based Suffolk Construction, founded and headed by John Fish, is one of the largest privately held building contractors in the country. With annual revenue of $2.5 billion, Suffolk provides preconstruction, construction management, design-build and general contracting services to clients in the healthcare, science and technology, education, federal government and commercial sectors.

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